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Heterogeneous firm response to organized crime: Evidence from FDI in Mexico

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  • Ramos, Miguel A.
  • Ashby, Nathan J.

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We thank Editor Massaki Kotabe and two anonymous reviewers for their comments and suggestions. In addition, we appreciate helpful feedback on earlier versions of this paper from Myles Shaver, Jennifer Oetzel, Adam Fremeth, anonymous reviewers for the 2011 31st Strategic Management Society Annual International Conference and conference participants. Jorge Delgado and Avilia Bueno provided valuable assistance with data collection.

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Volume (Year): 19 (2013)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
Pages: 176-194

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Keywords: Institutions; Country risk; Organized crime; FDI; Emerging markets; Mexico;

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